Sorry for the long absence everyone. I had a slight problem with my heart over the winter months and now sport a brand new piece of equipment called a pacemaker. I feel much better now. However other areas in my life have suffered.
What are we up to these days?
We have embarked on a kitchen renovation. Contractor is signed up to come mid-August to start ripping things out. I am packing up dining room stuff to make room for kitchen stuff as it is our makeshift kitchen
I realize that I can't just stop working at my part-time job but I can drop down to one 4 hour shift which is on Sunday evenings. I can live with that and feel such a relief as I have been so burnt out!
Today I am taking over in the kitchen with the meal cooking, I haven't really done this in a long time as my fiancees boys are kind of picky. I will not ask them what they would like to eat as their dad does , I find that they can't agree, especially the 12 year old. Take it or
My Blog is Titled "Living a Simple Life" however, it seems like for the past couple of years my life has been more Hectic than anything. I have accumulated more debtand I seem to have lost myself when it comes to the Simple and Frugal life I have always embraced in the past. I have been playing around with some ideas over the past couple of days to try and get back on track as far as the credit cards Go and that is to start snowballing. I'll start paying down the smallest amount owed
Maui inspired me
Deep clean bathroom
Shampoo the bichon
watch required online education course
remove rotten pumpkin from yard
make appointment for cholesterol check
EXTRAS: for the week. one a day if I work , more if I have off.
Sweep the garage
purge my clothes for donation
Respite clients bed linen changed
mudroom cleaned/winter wear stored away
kitchen laminate cleaned
Quickly checking in to catch up on reading threads and posts. Also an update on debt repayment.
My dh changed our plans on how to spend our tax rebate. We were going to make an extra payment towards our home equity loan. Instead....He has been wanting to trade in his 2 door pontiac G6. It had 113,000 miles on it and was not practical for traveling with our day care clients. The back seat was useless. Most of us couldn't get in and out of it. After much discussion I agreed he could trade it